Welcome to Part 5 of our “Does My Business Need…” series, where we break through financial gobbledigook to help you figure out your business’s needs. Jargon out, simplicity in.
What does a controller do?
The role of a controller is to manage all the accounting functions of the company, ensure the integrity of processes, procedures and information systems, and provide timely, meaningful and understandable financial information and analysis. Controllers assist everyone in working together in their respective roles efficiently (providing support where need be - hey we're a team here!) to provide accurate and fresh financial data and analysis in a form everyone can understand.Read More